Records management and collecting policies
The Museum of Anthropology Archives is the repository for records of the Museum, particularly collections records (textual and photographic), but also including staff and administrative records. Collections records include those generated by the Museum and those acquired from donors and vendors of collections. In addition, the Museum acquires records of direct contextual relevance to its artifact collections. Prominent among these are the papers, maps, photographs and audio tapes of the anthropologist Wilson Duff.
Total Volume: 213 linear feet
Inclusive Dates: 1890-1995
Predominant Dates: 1947-1995
Finding aids, guides and publications
Website provides information on the mandate, activities and holdings of the Archives at the Museum of Anthropology: